Goodio Launches Nationwide at Barnes & Noble in the U.S.

Goodio Launches Nationwide at Barnes & Noble in the U.S.


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Goodio launches nationwide in Barnes & Noble. Company’s vegan and organic chocolates will be launched in all of the retailers bookstores in September.

– This is a significant milestone for our U.S. business. As a result of this launch we’ll be in more than 600 locations in all states. We are delighted to have our chocolates widely available to American consumers all over the States, says Goodio USA’s CEO Jussi Salonen.

Goodio established a subsidiary in the U.S. in 2018 and has been growing ever since. Before Barnes & Noble Goodio's chocolates have been available at Whole Foods Market, Thrive Market and other select retailers nationwide. Expansion of Goodio’s footprint in the American market highlights the demand for vegan craft chocolates.



– Brick and mortar businesses are changing. Retailers are looking for alternative ways to meet customer needs. More exotic and exclusive products seem to be a great fit for this trend. Also Finnish design paired up with ecological and ethical chocolate is something people are inspired by, points out Salonen.

Barnes & Noble, Inc. is the largest retail bookseller in the United States, and a leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products. The Company operates 627 Barnes & Noble bookstores in 50 states, as well as the Nook Digital business and one of the Web’s premier e-commerce sites, BN.com (www.bn.com).

Goodio’s 
vision is to be a radically transparent company that offers quality products for the well-being of the people and environment. The company aims to reinvent chocolate and food industry by leading with example. The Finnish company is known for its strengths in the following: an organic and fair supply chain, excellent design, delicious products and always putting the well-being of the people and the planet first. Goodio’s products are manufactured from start to finish with expertise and love in Helsinki. 

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